by Massimo Campigli (Italian 1895 - 1971)

by Massimo Campigli (Italian 1895 - 1971)

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Fresco (1941) by Massimo Campigli (1895-1971), Italian - As from 1926, he joined the "Paris Italians" together with de Chirico, de Pisis, Renato Paresce, Savinio, Severini and Mario Tozzi - In 1928 he was very much taken by the Etruscan collection when visiting the National Etruscan Museum in Rome. He then broke away from the compact severity of his previous works in favour of a plane with subdued tones and schematic forms rich in archaisms (wiki - 88pp)

Fresco (1941) by Massimo Campigli (1895-1971), Italian - As from 1926, he joined the "Paris Italians" together with de Chirico, de Pisis, Renato Paresce, Savinio, Severini and Mario Tozzi - In 1928 he was very much taken by the Etruscan collection when visiting the National Etruscan Museum in Rome. He then broke away from the compact severity of his previous works in favour of a plane with subdued tones and schematic forms rich in archaisms (wiki - 88pp)

Massimo Campigli, Due figure

Massimo Campigli, Due figure

Massimo Campigli, Ritratto di ragazza, 1950

Massimo Campigli, Ritratto di ragazza, 1950

‘Figure’, 1957 - Massimo Campigli (1895–1971)

‘Figure’, 1957 - Massimo Campigli (1895–1971)

Massimo Campigli

Massimo Campigli

Campigli, Massimo (1895-1971) - 1952 Two Women (Christie's New York, 1999)

Campigli, Massimo (1895-1971) - 1952 Two Women (Christie's New York, 1999)

Massimo Campigli, Due donne

Massimo Campigli, Due donne

Two Women by Massimo #Campigli, 1943 #estorick

Two Women by Massimo #Campigli, 1943 #estorick

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